A couple of years ago, I decided to do a little research on the history of Vanderbilt baseball and try to figure out what’s in them.

I did some digging and stumbled across some interesting articles and a bunch of video clips that seemed to show that the program was making some really good uniforms in the 1960s and 70s.

Now that I’ve got all of that, I’m starting to get to work on making Vanderbilt baseball uniform kits.

I’ve already made my first Vanderbilt baseball kit, and it’s going to be an old school style of Vanderbilt uniforms.

The kit I’m making will be a very simple set of two varsity and three junior varsity uniforms, but it will also be a pretty basic set of three varsity, two junior vandals, and one vandal.

I’m going to make these kits in two sizes, because they’re going to need to be in both sizes.

First, the junior vandal kit will be the basic size, the second the vandal size.

The vandals will be made from an 18-inch-long, 7.5-inch wide jersey with a 1-inch collar.

I decided that I wanted to keep my old-school look in these kits because they fit the bill of the old school look.

I don’t want to look like a vandals jersey is a big, bulky, bulky jersey that doesn’t fit in with the rest of the uniforms.

Also, I want to make sure that the vandals are going to look great on my team.

I’ve seen that older vandals look really good on their old-timers, but I’m also a big fan of vintage vandals.

They look great in uniforms that I wear in front of my teammates.

I love the fact that I can bring these old school vandals back into the modern era with my new Vanderbilt baseball kits.